National Geographic : 1914 Jan
THE LOCOMOBILE PERSONAL SUPERVISION The carefully restricted output of the Locomobile Company is an important aid to quality. A large and experienced organization concentrates its strength on a small output-not more than Four Cars a Day. The Locomobile owner is proud of his car, not merely because of its style, its comfort, or its reliability, but because of the knowledge that his car has been watched and worked over with the greatest possible care at all stages of its construction. Each individual Locomobile receives close personal supervision by factory foremen and department heads, in addition to the intimate attention of company officials. Every Locomobile official is active in the company and watches the output as it comes through. Our recent announcements, "Four Cars a Day" and the "Three Hundredth Motorist," attracted enough favorable attention to warrant our reprinting them, and we should be pleased to send these to you on your application. Also, in writing, indicate whether you are interested in Right Drive Locomobile Sixes or Left Drive Locomobile Sixes, so that we may send you the book illustrating the type of drive which you prefer. THE LOCOMOBILE COMPANY OF AMERICA BRIDGEPORT, CONN. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."